JWU News

By the Numbers: Examining Value, Outcomes + Why JWU Works

10/24/19 | As one of the first colleges founded by women, a progressive and pragmatic approach to learning has defined our education model since 1914. Its value begins with our students, who are invested in their education and intentional about their experiences. Learning at JWU is authentic and purposeful.

Topics: Alumni Admissions

JWU Welcomes Newbury College Students

12/17/18 | If you are currently enrolled at or were recently accepted to Newbury College and are impacted by the news of its intention to close, Johnson & Wales University’s Providence Campus is here for you.

Topics: Admissions

JWU Welcomes Students Impacted by Art Institute Announcement

7/3/18 | If you were recently planning to attend an Art Institute “on campus” program and are impacted by news of many of their locations no longer accepting new enrollments, Johnson & Wales University’s four campuses may offer an option for you.

Topics: Admissions

JWU Welcomes Mount Ida Students

4/10/18 | If you were recently accepted to Mount Ida College and are impacted by news of the campus’ imminent absorption by UMass, Johnson & Wales University’s Providence Campus is here for you.

Topics: Admissions

JWU Launches Early Action Admission

9/26/2017 | When it comes to planning for college, why not start sooner?

For the first time and beginning this year, Johnson & Wales University is offering Early Action Admission – a non-binding application program allowing applicants to find out as early as mid-November if they’ve been accepted to the university. Applicants will also receive a scholarship notification (if applicable) and can begin working with a financial advisor that much sooner.

Topics: Admissions

Demystifying the Financial Aid Process

9/29/16 | Just in time for the big news that the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) is launching early this year, we asked Amy Podbelski, director of Undergraduate Admissions at JWU’s Providence Campus, and Lynn Robinson, vice president of Student Academic & Financial Services, to offer their advice for navigating the financial aid process.

Topics: Admissions